In 2008, Mitt Romney endorsed John McCain after dropping out of the presidential race.
Mitt Romney. :D
Many pollsters did not know who would win, as the race was very close, but in the end, Barack Obama defeated Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential race, and won a second term.
Mitt Romney conceded his race for the White House on the 6th November 2012. He delivered a speech in which he congratulated Obama on his victory and thanked everyone who had supported him in his campaign.
Incumbent President Barack Obama is running against Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
Newt Gingrich dropped out of the race and Willard Mitt Romney has been officially named the GOP candidate in the 2012 Presidential election at the Republican National Convention.
Though he initially supported Rick Santorum for president, Beck backed Mitt Romney after the Santorum campaign was suspended. The talk-show host does not agree with every point of policy in the Romney campaign, but remains supportive of the candidate in the race against incumbent opponent Barack Obama.
Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich are two of the politicians facing off in the 2012 Republican Party presidential primaries. The other two politicians in the race are Rick Santorum and Ron Paul.
God loves Rick Santorum exactly as much as He loves Mitt Romney, and exactly as much as He loves you. There is no "Mormon" God. There is only God. Moreover, Mitt Romney is not the president. He hasn't even been named the official candidate for the Republican party. Most Mormons dont even live in the US so they don't care if Mitt Romney wins. On top of that, millions of American Mormons are not Romney supporters. Rick Santorum dropped out of the race because he knew he was not going to get enough delegates to win the nomination.
After a closely fought and very expensive race, President Obama defeated his challenger, Mitt Romney, and was elected to a second term as president.
he doesnt care about it. He doesnt care about no spanish person or any other race in the us. He is a mean man, who will destroy the us and its people.
The GOP Presidential candidates for 2012 were Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Jon Huntsman, Gary E. Johnson, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum. After a very contentious process, Mitt Romney earned enough votes to get the nomination, which officially occurred at the Republican convention later that summer. Although Ron Paul was nominally still in the race, he mathematically could not get the nomination, so it was Mitt Romney who faced President Obama. On November 6, 2012, the election was held, and President Obama defeated Mitt Romney to win a second term in office.
Ron Paul doesn't really have a chance to win in 2012. He is still running although he has stopped campaigning. Mitt Romney is truly the Republican Candidate. This is purely a race between Obama and Romney.
1.) Mitt Romney is the 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate in the United States. He also ran in the 2008 election. You can learn more about him at the "Related Links" below. 2.) Mitt Romney is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) and has been an actively practicing member of this church his entire life. He is not the first Mormon to run for president. Here are some other Mormons who have entered the Presidential race in the United States: -Jon Huntsman (2012, Republican) -George Romney (1964, Republican) [Mitt Romney's dad] -Joseph Smith (1844, Independent) [founder of the Mormon Church]
As of the time this question was asked, the Presidential race is still ongoing and the election has yet to happen. Therefore, this question can not be answered.
No, though he finally endorsed Romney, despite the fact Romney did not need his endorsement.
When this question was first asked, the presidential race was still going on. Most reliable sources believed it would be close, and it was. In the end, President Obama won re-election, defeating his challenger Mitt Romney on November 6, 2012. Mr. Obama received 51% of the vote, and Mr. Romney received 47%.
less than 150 people can enter the race. less than 150 people can enter the race.
Probably neither, in fairness to Romney (against whom the accusation was levelled by his opponent). But his social views would come closer. But then for all his sometimes un-PC observations on race and his classically Victorian economic notions, Darwin wasn't a social darwinist either.
You have to be atleast 21 years and older to enter the Iditarod race.
Click on the button Enter A Race up by the shop icon.
As of now: For the Democrats, we have Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. For the Republicans, we have Mitt Romney, John McCain, Mike Huckabee, and Ron Paul. Rudy Guliani (Republican) and John Edwards (Democrat) just left the race a few days ago.
There's actually a great new website called CompareMyCandidates.com in which you can compare all the candidates in your race. He's the comparison of issue stances, contact information, social media accounts, etc. between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney: https://vote.comparemycandidates.com/compare-candidates/united-states-of-america/president-of-the-united-states-of-america/mitt-romney-vs-barack-obama/ I think you have to login to see all of the issue stances and other races but it's a start!